Today’s headlines: Gardaí believe Kerry’s grandmother was beaten to death at home; Threat to Junior Cert leads to dispute over teacher hours

Here are today’s top stories on Independent.ie

Gardaí believe Killarney’s grandmother was beaten to death in her home

Gardaí’s fear Kerry’s grandmother, Miriam Burns, 75, was beaten to death at her home by someone she knew.

Supermac’s subsidiary has refused planning permission for a ‘car-dominated’ leisure centre

Galway County Council has refused a subsidiary of fast food chain Supermac planning permission for a new leisure center after finding the proposal was “car and road dominated”.

Threat to Junior Cert sparks row over teachers working outside of school hours

Some Junior Cycle students may not receive all of their results due to disputes over teachers refusing to attend meetings after normal school hours.

A post teaming up with a new lender to offer mortgages

An Post will partner with start-up lender MoCo to enter the Irish mortgage market next year.

Ministers and TDs don’t have to report property sales to local authorities, Watchdog says

Ministers and TDs can sell real estate to local authorities and other public bodies without having to publicly disclose the transactions, the state’s political ethics watchdog has confirmed.

Israel Olatunde: Who is Ireland’s fastest man?

Dundalk man Israel Olatunde, 20, set a new national record in the 100m final at the European Athletics Championships in Munich on Tuesday night.

The HSE search for a new boss with a salary of €366,880 starts next month

The search for a new managing director of the HSE will start next month with a salary of 366,880 euros, it was announced yesterday.

Taxpayers have picked up an €8.5million bill from the Limerick Tunnel’s Covid loss

The operator of the €800million vehicular tunnel that runs under the River Shannon in Limerick received €8.5million in taxpayers’ money last year as traffic on the line missed targets due to the impact of the pandemic.

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Back in the saddle: The Dublin Horse Show returns to RDS after three years

After a three-year absence, the Dublin Horse Show is preparing for a grand return to the RDS today – with food, vendors and the world-renowned displays of equestrian talent.

The Chairman of Bord Pleanála supports the Garda inquiry and planning reforms

The Chairman of An Bord Pleanála has pledged his full cooperation and that of the other Board members in a Garda inquiry and other investigations into allegations of conflict of interest.

Tickets.ie company is looking into a rescue plan after venue closures in Covid

The company behind popular event booking website Tickets.ie is seeking a rescue plan for the company, which has been hit hard by venue lockdowns during Covid.

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